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Yesterday โ€” October 19th 2018FoxNews Health

Trader Joe's recalls salads over salmonella, listeria concerns

By Alexandria Hein

Trader Joe’s has issued a recall for three variations of its popular ready-to-eat salads over concerns that they may be contaminated with listeria or salmonella.

Rat-spread Lassa virus that causes uncontrolled bleeding kills over 100 in Nigeria

By Debbie White

A major study in to a potentially fatal virus that can cause uncontrolled bleeding from the mouth, nose or vagina has pinned the blame on disease-carrying rats.

Breast cancer survivor hangs 'no breastfeeding zone' banner after giving birth

By Alexandria Hein

A new mom who is also a breast cancer survivor has received kudos from supporters nationwide after posting a photo of the “No breastfeeding zone” banner she hung above her maternity bed.

Can you actually be 'scared to death'? The frightening ways fear can impact your body

By Madeline Farber

Many who enter frightening situations describe feeling "scared to death." The popular phrase may sound dramatic, but health officials say there's some truth behind it.

Chemo turns man's fingernails completely brown

By Yasemin Saplakoglu

Chemotherapy can have odd effects on a person's hair and nails, but in one man's case, the cancer treatment created a particularly striking pattern.

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Hospital lets kids 'drive' to surgery with motorized car

By Jack Longstaff

Children in the hospital can now swap wheelchairs for four wheels and drive themselves to surgery in mini motorized cars. 

Indiana mom recalls 'freak' farming accident that left her without an arm and leg

By Alexandria Hein

An Indiana woman who lost an arm and leg in a "freak" farming accident last month is thanking supporters and family members who aided in her recovery.

Michigan woman claims pharmacist denied her medication for miscarriage because of his religious beliefs

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

Rachel Peterson said she was denied prescribed medication to help with a miscarriage because the pharmacist said it was against his religious beliefs.

Runner praised for helping legally blind competitor who fell

A New York high school cross-country athlete is being praised for stopping to help a vision-impaired runner who fell as they neared the finish line.

Salmonella outbreak linked to raw chicken sickens 92 in 29 states

By Alexandria Hein

An outbreak drug-resistant salmonella linked to raw chicken products has sickened 92 people across 29 states, resulting in 21 hospitalizations.

Ohio boy gets custom Halloween costume to fit wheelchair

By Alexandria Hein

A 5-year-old boy in Ohio is all set for Halloween after his family created a custom costume to fit around his wheelchair.

Obesity surgery may lower heart attack danger in diabetics

Obesity surgery may dramatically lower the danger of heart attacks and strokes in patients with diabetes, new research suggests, reinforcing evidence that benefits extend beyond weight loss.

Mom who delayed chemo to save unborn baby dies of ovarian cancer

By Gemma Mullin

A cancer-stricken mom who turned down chemotherapy to save her unborn baby's life has died at age 29.

Mothers of babies afflicted by Zika fight poverty, despair

Nearly three years after a Zika outbreak in Brazil caused thousands of cases of microcephaly and other devastating birth defects in newborns, Reuters returned to check on the mothers and their children.

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